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Archive for November, 2013

We’re amid the remaining miscellaneous writings of the of the first three centuries. They are too numerous to mention individually, but include chiefly the Early Liturgies, Pseudo-Clementine Literature, Apocrypha of the New Testament, The [Papal] Decretals, and ancient Syriac Documents (Ante-Nicene Fathers 7: 509-8:785). It was tempting to omit the reading of these, for some are of uncertain origin, some are apocryphal, […]

What Does It Mean to Be Gospel-Centered?

by Dan Cruver Published Nov 26, 2013

The brief Crossway video below provides a wonderful explanation of what it means to be Gospel-centered. As such, it also unpacks the core of our mission at Together for Adoption: T4A exists to provide gospel-centered resources that magnify the adopting grace of God the Father in Christ Jesus and mobilize the church for global orphan care. What Does It Mean […]

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When Birth Mothers Choose Foreign Parents

by Dan Cruver Published Nov 8, 2013

Over at Shared Justice, Dr. Becca McBride answers the following important question: Should it trouble us that US citizens are spending so much time and money caring for the vulnerable children in other countries when we have so many vulnerable children in our own country? Read Becca’s insightful answer. Becca McBride is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Calvin […]

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The nuggets digested to date have given us a taste of the doctrine of adoption in the apostolic fathers, the Greek fathers, and the Latin fathers, respectively. Here we begin to close out the history of the doctrine in the first three centuries anno Domini by considering the remaining extant writings. These are an assortment which includes those without […]

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